MetaLocator allows for sorting data in your search results. By default, search results are ordered by the distance from a user's search. However, outside the presence of a geographic search term you can control the primary ordering of the results. To be clear, when a geographic radius search is performed results are presented ordered by Distance first. This assumes the search is not configured to prioritize certain groups of results. If not otherwise specified, the data is presented in the order in which it was imported into MetaLocator. This is the default. There are two ordering options available under Data Settings. The first is "Default Ordering". This is a simple option that allows the interface to sort by either ID or Name. Use this setting to access these basic sorting features. For more advanced control over sorting see the Field Sorting Control, as shown here" Click Add Sorter to add a sorting level. Choose a field and a direction. Add additional sorting levels as needed.
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